Financial and Monetary Systems

This chart shows how debt-to-GDP is rising around the world 

International debt-to-GDP has varied considerably for countries around the world. Image: Unsplash/Jason Leung

Marcus Lu

Financial Writer, Visual Capitalist

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Not including the financial sector, Canada's debt-to-GDP rose by nearly 80% in 2020. Image: IIF, Deutsche Bank

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Debt for non-financials has risen by 103% from the global total. Image: IIF, BIS, Haver, National Sources
There has been a dramatic rise in 2020 compared to the last 12 years. Image: Statistics Canada
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